Back in early November, AT&T kicked off a promotion in which it offers $100 off the price of any tablet with a two-year contract. Even though this was descrbed as a "limited-time offer", it's still available.
The deal won't last forever, though. AT&T says it will come to an end on January 10.
This telecom offers a range of tablets, including Apple's iPad, Android-based models from Samsung, and ones running Microsoft Windows from Asus and Samsung. These can connect to AT&T's network for internet access on the go.
Those who sign up for a AT&T two-year Mobile Share plan and add a tablet to it qualify for $100 off the cost of this device. This does not interfere with the subsidy off the price of a smartphone the customer can also get for signing the wireless service contract.
Mobile Share plans give users an allotment of data that several devices can pull from. The options are: $15 for 250MB, $30 for 3GB, and $50 for 5GB. Subscribers have to pay an additional amount for each device they make part of the plan -- adding a tablet is $10 a month.
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